Bas under Buen 2017 - Odense

Every year the Bas under Buen crew travel to the hometown of H.C. Andersen for a day of music, good weather and fun! I joined the ride as their photographer.

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Bas under Buen 2017 - Frederiksberg

Bas under Buen in Copenhagen is an annual event taking place under a highway overpass in the Nørrebro region of the city. Every year thousand of people show up for a beer in the sun and of course the music - around 15 different danish acts all playing on a state of the art Funktion One sound system.

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Roskilde Festival 2017

Pictures from Roskilde Festival 2017 shot with a Sony a9 & a Sony a7r II. I was lucky enough to get to bring not one, but two cameras to the largest festival in Scandinavia - a lot of fun despite the less than great weather that had otherwise characterised the week of the 8 day festival. 

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Chasing light in Milford Sound

Three days of sleeping in a car seat and chasing light in the crazy landscape that is Milford Sound. Read into my experience of what is commonly known as the 8th natural wonder of the world. Towering mountain walls and clear night sky hundreds of kilometers away from the nearest gas station.

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My journey through Astrophotography.

A small story of the two years I have been doing astrophotography and how far I've come. Nighttime has always been an inspiration to me, and photographing it is no easy feat. I hope that this story will inspire others to go out into the dark with camera in bag and capture the amazing universe that we live in.

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My 14 hours at Aoraki

Making use of the time in one of the most beautiful places I've ever been. Honestly the craziest day of my 3 months in New Zealand, everything I mention here all happened within 24 hours. 

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My trip to Mordor pt. I

My first time in alpine environment, walking the Tongariro Alpine Crossing in New Zealand and climbing the summit of Mt. Nguruahoe, better known as Mt. Doom. Despite the season I did well with wearing clothing suited for subzero temperatures, and despite visibility of less than 5 metres at times, no doubt this was one of the craziest experiences of my 3 months in New Zealand. 

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